"Anantara Hua Hin Resort & Spa is a 14 acre botanical paradise offering romantic coastal luxury."
Designed to reflect an ancient Thai village with palatial architecture, 175 rooms and 12 suites reveal views of magnificent tropical gardens, lush lagoons or the Gulf of Siam’s tranquil waters.
Anantara Hua Hin Resort & Spa’s luxury rooms come decorated with Thai silks combined with exotic views of the beach. The Thai inspired interiors are designed with both style and comfort in mind, equipped with terrazzo tubs in the bathrooms and large private terraces outdoors. Whether looking out on the garden or with stunning sea views, all imbue a sense of laid-back luxury.
Plenty of leisure activities await guests of Anantara Resort & Spa, whether you want to kayak along the scenic coastline, tee off at some of Southeast Asia’s best golf courses or simply lounge by the sun beside the beachfront pool. Hotels in Hua Hin Thailand are perfectly positioned to offer beach activities, elephant trekking, cultural night market tours, mountain biking and a full range of other recreation activities.
- Infinity pool
- Fitness centre
- Tennis courts
- Mountain bikes
- Local golf courses
- Yoga lessons
- Thai cooking class
- Thai boxing class
Feast on Thai and international cuisine with Anantara Hua Hin Resort & Spa’s various cuisine options. Whether in the mood for Italian or Asian, poolside dining or a romantic meal for two, the restaurants can cater to your needs. Try the finest Italian home-made pastas and handspun pizzas at Baan Thalia, or authentic Hua Hin delicacies in Rim Nam Thai restaurant. Whatever your taste, dining at Anantara Hua Hin caters to it with the best culinary traditions.
Hua Hin was chosen by the King of Thailand to be the royal resort due to its excellent weather and climate. The region has one of the lowest rain falls in the whole of Thailand, and receives a lovely sea breeze making it an ideal destination all year round. The cool season runs from November to February, when the average temperature is around 26°C. There is still plenty of sunshine, but it is not as strong as later on in the year. Tides and high winds can also be expected in the afternoons. The hot season lasts from March til June, with daytime heat reaching 35°C and above. The rainy season lasts from July to November, but Hua Hin does not experience the same monsoon showers found in the north and south of the country.
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"Thailand's oldest beach resort offers a plethora of stunning landscapes as well as excellent sightseeing opportunities."
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- Saturday - closed
- Sunday - closed
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